Whole Mounts for Light Microscopy
To prepare whole mounts, thereby enabling one to study large areas of hydra in a single microscopic field in which spatial relationships are preserved between cells, and also to preserve experimental animals for future microscopic analyses.
KeywordsMethylene Blue Toluidine Blue Cover Glass Interstitial Cell Basic Fuchsin
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